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  • Key Spouse Program provides critical support to families

    An elite team of volunteers serve as a communication link between the wing commander and Luke Air Force Base families. They are known as key spouses. “The Key Spouse Program is a peer-to-peer support program and a way for spouses to volunteer,” said Jessica Maldonado, 944th Fighter Wing Airman and Family Readiness director. “Key spouses are appointed by the wing commander to come alongside military members and leaders to provide support to families, particularly the spouses.”
  • Team Luke essential part of AF development, hosts Revitalizing Squadron Task Force

    As the largest fighter wing in the world, Luke AFB often has the responsibility of sharing important practices and methods stemming from the innovation of our Airmen – both in and out of uniform.
  • F-35 Demo Team pilot practices new maneuvers

    Capt. Andrew “Dojo” Olson, F-35A Lightning II Demonstration Team commander and pilot has spent the last three months, designing, developing, and practicing the maneuvers of the all new demo profile.
  • Reserve spouse to memorialize fallen EOD Airman

    Bronze statues can be seen almost anywhere but one rarely hears the amazing stories behind their creation. The spouse of a Reserve Airman here at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, recently sculpted a bust of Senior Airman Daniel Johnson, 30th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. Johnson was killed in action Oct. 5, 2010, while serving during Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • SimMan adds invaluable medical training capabilities to total force

    SimMan 3G, is an advanced patient simulator that provides a wide range of scenarios allowing for real time responses and life like training.
  • Getting the job done

    Thirty 944th FW honorary commander’s and local civic leaders, led by Col. Robert Tofil, 944th FW vice commander, were flown on a 445th Airlift Wing C-17 Globemaster III from Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, to Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada. The tour was an opportunity for the civic leaders to experience life as an Airman and talk with key leaders for a better understanding of how the Air Force gets things done.
  • Arizona sisters deploy downrange

    Mora and Delgado are step-sisters deployed from the 944th Fighter Wing, Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, and have consistently been linked together throughout their lives and currently find themselves together again, at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia.
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